Category Archives: Military

Extraordinary Americans

I don’t believe there are any ordinary Americans, but some are certainly extraordinary. One of these men is Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward C. Byers, Jr. Byers will be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor on Monday, February 29 … Continue reading

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Seven Roads to Hell

A Screaming Eagle at Bastogne, by Donald R. Burgett I’m about finished with three books of the four book set Marci got me for Christmas, signed by the now 90-year-old author Don Burgett.  Burgett joined the young 101st Airborne Division … Continue reading

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Inside France’s Sharia No-Go Zones

What transpired yesterday in France should come as no surprise to anyone.  It’s simply the natural, expected result of horrible liberal policies in France.  This is how political correctness ends.  This is how uncontrolled borders ends.  Westerners should get used … Continue reading

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A Bit of Geopolitical Analysis

It’s really not funny because people are dying, but what Vladimir Putin is doing to the West, especially the United States, is kinda funny.  Look at the various messes we’ve started in the Middle East.  In none of these cases … Continue reading

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Rudolf Hoss, Anne Frank, etc.

  I spent a good chunk of the day yesterday watching several hours of a documentary on Auschwitz on the American Heroes Channel.  It was very interesting. I was amazed at how people like camp commander Rudolf Hoss could go … Continue reading

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